Notes from the Wind: call for submissions


This upcoming exhibition in the Learning Zone aims to provide students with an opportunity to explore the interpretation and portrayal of ‘nature’ in a new lens—through black and white/greyscale artworks (including artworks with minimal colour), which promotes an examination of the subject matter based on the emphasis of form, design, and values seen in nature within a collective context.

We welcome you to submit hangable/mountable work of any form, medium or interpretation. 

Submission deadline:  January 25 at 11:59pm

 
DateWednesday, January 17, 2018 - 11:00am to Thursday, January 25, 2018 - 11:45pm

Cost

Free

Email

3148538@student.ocadu.ca

Location

Learning Zone, 113 McCaul St, main floor

This upcoming exhibition in the Learning Zone aims to provide students with an opportunity to explore the interpretation and portrayal of ‘nature’ in a new lens—through black and white/greyscale artworks (including artworks with minimal colour), which promotes an examination of the subject matter based on the emphasis of form, design, and values seen in nature within a collective context.

We welcome you to submit hangable/mountable work of any form, medium or interpretation. 

Please email submissions to 3148538@student.ocadu.ca and include:

  • Images of your work that fit the theme "nature in grayscale" (or minimal colour)
  • Your name, program, year of study, title of work(s), dimensions, medium
  • Website/online portfolio, and social media are optional
  • Let us know if your work requires special accomodations

Submission deadline:  January 25 at 11:59pm

DateWednesday, January 17, 2018 - 11:00am to Thursday, January 25, 2018 - 11:45pm

Cost

Free

Email

3148538@student.ocadu.ca

Website Location

Learning Zone, 113 McCaul St, main floor

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Wednesday, January 17, 2018 - 11:00am to Thursday, January 25, 2018 - 11:45pm

This upcoming exhibition in the Learning Zone aims to provide students with an opportunity to explore the interpretation and portrayal of ‘nature’ in a new lens—through black and white/greyscale artworks (including artworks with minimal colour), which promotes an examination of the subject matter based on the emphasis of form, design, and values seen in nature within a collective context.

We welcome you to submit hangable/mountable work of any form, medium or interpretation. 

Please email submissions to 3148538@student.ocadu.ca and include:

  • Images of your work that fit the theme "nature in grayscale" (or minimal colour)
  • Your name, program, year of study, title of work(s), dimensions, medium
  • Website/online portfolio, and social media are optional
  • Let us know if your work requires special accomodations

Submission deadline:  January 25 at 11:59pm

Venue & Address: 
Learning Zone, 113 McCaul St, main floor
Email: 
3148538@student.ocadu.ca
Cost: 
Free
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